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How To Enable Live Photos

How to Enable Live Photos on Your iPhone

How do you enable live photos? In this article, we’ll cover how to enable and disable this feature in the Camera app, take a live photo in FaceTime, save a live photo as a single frame, and share it as a GIF. Live photos are an exciting new way to share moments with friends and family. But how can you edit them? Follow these steps to get the most out of this feature.

To turn on/off enable Live Photos in the Camera app, tap the icon with the yellow or white circle in the upper-right corner of the screen. Live Photos will capture the first two seconds of movement before and after the shutter button is pressed. When Live Photos are enabled, you can use normal filters on your image, like blur or contrast. Live Photos will appear on your camera roll. To turn them off, tap the icon with the yellow or white circle in it Google.


To turn off Live Photos, first open the Camera app on your iPhone. Then, tap the slider next to the image you want to use as the key photo. To change the key photo, simply move the slider until you find the image you want. Once you have made the change, tap the gray dot next to the original key photo. You can switch back to the original key photo by tapping the yellow Live icon.

How To Taking A Live Photo In FaceTime:

If you’re trying to communicate with someone via FaceTime, you may be wondering how to take a Live Photo. This is an optional feature that lets you record a live photo, but it will be useful when you want to share something special without using a camera. To take a Live Photo, start by enabling the camera option on both devices. Then, go to Settings > Photos > Camera.

Live photos will not save if your device is buggy or privacy restricted. If the camera fails to take a live photo, try deleting some of the files that are taking up space. If you’ve tried to take a photo in the past, it may have been blocked by the privacy settings of your device. It may also be because there’s insufficient memory to store the image. If you’re unable to save the photo, try resetting your device or deleting other files to make space. Also, try to lift your privacy settings.

How To Saving A Live Photo As A Single Frame:

If you want to save a live photo as a single frame, you can follow the steps below. First, you need to open the Photos App. Select the live photo you want to save as a single frame. Next, tap the three horizontal lines icon. Next, tap the blue circle. Finally, tap the Save button to save the photo as a single frame. Now, you can easily navigate between the two photos and compare them.

In the gallery, you’ll find a Live Photo that you want to save. Tap it to select it. Long-pressing the Live Photo will play the moving image. Once you’ve selected it, tap the share icon. From there, choose “Save as Video” to save the Live Photo as a video. The saved Live Photo will appear alongside the original image. You can also select a different name for the video and then rename it.

How To Sharing A Live Photo As A GIF:

The first step in learning how to share a live photo as a gif is to find the Live Photo that you want to turn into a GIF. Look for a circular icon or the word “Live” near the Live Photo. Then, tap on the share icon to send your GIF to friends and family. You can then upload it to your favourite social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter.

Go To Settings:

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down and select FaceTime.
  3. Then scroll down again, and make sure FaceTime Live Photos are turned on (will turn green when On, gray when Off).

Once you have found the live photo you want to share, click on the “Share” button and save it. Once saved, you can then send it via iMessage or WhatsApp. You can also use the third-party shortcut, “Convert Live To GIF,” to send the photo to friends and family. Be sure to allow untrusted shortcuts before using this shortcut. Once you have a GIF, open it with an iMessage app or WhatsApp.

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